Anyone who’s spent more than a few days on the water during the past few… several… many… well, since the Eisenhower administration, knows the Boston Whaler brand, has seen the ads of Whalers sawn in half, has heard about and maybe even experienced the unsinkability of a Whaler, and probably knows some of the legends about their design and construction.
The editors at boats.com have been covering Boston Whaler’s impressive output of designs for a long time, but the past couple of years have been even busier than usual, both for Whaler’s designers and builders and for our reviewers and videographers. So we thought it would be fun to collect some of Whaler’s recent models and our coverage of them in one central location. Scroll down to go from smaller to bigger models. For more information about any of these boats, or to check out the whole line, visit Boston Whaler. Enjoy.
– boats.com Editors
Boston Whaler’s legendary construction, pronounced deadrise for smooth running, and solid performance make this center-console a small-boat winner.
The basic design of the Montauk has been around for generations, and this 210 combines fishability and family fun into one trailerable package.
The new 230 Vantage is rigged for wakeboarding, waterskiing, and all-around fun in an unsinkable package.
This center console gives fishermen the features they demand and families the comfort they deserve.
The Boston Whaler multi-purpose center console series grows with the 270 Dauntless, to give you more range, more space, and more versatility.
Whaler responded to several fine-tuning suggestions from experienced boaters to revamp their 285 design.
Boats.com reviewer Jeff Hemmel checks out the keel-up redesign of this 28 footer
The new 315 Conquest from Boston Whaler may be a far cry from the original Whaler 13, but it’s still safe, stable, and unsinkable.
New for 2012, this fishable cruiser stays true to Boston Whaler’s unsinkable heritage.
The Boats.com review team found this boat to be a great mix of fish and cruise.
Built for cruising – and for angling – this Whaler is big enough and well-thought-out enough to fill both roles.
Boats.com reviewer Jeff Hemmel checks out a luxurious fishboat from Boston Whaler.